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The origins, evolution and future of Level 3 BIM.
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Report states that health of urban dwellers could be significantly improved by rethinking transport design.
The Kremlin, the centre of Russian power, includes some of the country's finest architecture.
A review of Justin Bere's concise and well-presented introductory guide to Passive House.
This article describes in detail the tender process for a typical commercial construction contract.
What is energy storage, what are the different types and what is its future?
'The filing cabinet' which was labelled one of the best British buildings of the 21st century.
Sustaining Saltaire - once the largest industrial building in the world.
English devolution deals are needed to prioritise infrastructure development, says ICE Vice President.
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Winning designs revealed for a rock formation-influenced residential complex in Rennes.
CITB responds to the Farmer Review which challenged it to reform.
Five 'must read' books for building surveying professionals.
UKAS tasked with with creating new BIM Level 2 accreditation scheme.
Department for Transport plans to spend £600m in the next four years on infrastructure for electric vehicles.
This house in Barcelona uses an innovative new facade tiling system to blend into the landscape.
Three new clients sign up to Build UK as growth continues.
UK commercial property stock value reaches all-time high.
29 infrastructure contractors commended for cutting CO2 emissions.
Trump's proposed Mexican border wall envisioned as a garish pink barrier.
ICE contributes to to Royal Academy of Engineering Brexit report.
Designing Buildings Wiki will present at Guerilla Tactics conference looking at digital business models for architects.
Energy demand in new homes could be halved if built rectangular rather than L or T-shaped, according to new report.
New techniques being used to strengthen an 18km stretch of dykes in the Netherlands.
Report launched outlining steps for a national infrastructure system that is efficient, sustainable, and delivers until 2050.
Digital Built Britain officially launched at the ICE BIM 2016 conference.
Design teams compete for the overhaul of Paris' infamous Tour Montparnasse.
A slowdown in construction sector growth reported, as Brexit uncertainty continues to cause concern.
MAD Architects reveal their designs for a state-of-the-art concert hall in Beijing.
New York's future second-tallest skyscraper One Vanderbilt begins construction.
Harvard Graduate School of Design launches the Richard Rogers Fellowship.
Researchers warn about the ability of new homes with unusual roof shapes to withstand wind.
Gleeds report calls for a new approach to prison design.
UandI publish 'encouraging' interim results despite challenging environment.
Take a look at BIG's designs for two twisting towers in New York City.
ICE's Bridge Engineering exhibition opens, showcasing a record-breaking LEGO bridge.
The experts' view on Heathrow and Gatwick airport expansion as decision looms.
BSRIA applauds 'monumental' deal to cut the use of hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) gases.
Art of Building, the global search for the world’s best built environment photographer, is launched.
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